In another nod to Milwaukee’ racial segregation, take the image from demographic researcher Dustin Cable's “Racial Dot Map.” Taken as a whole, the dots blend together to form shades and color variations. But when you zoom in, you can see the segregation at a home-by-home basis. (Each dot represents one person.)
Whole swathes of Milwaukee look uni-colored on the map: the Northwest Side, Shorewood and Walker’s Point. Yet other areas are a multi-colored mixture.
(h/t The Atlantic Cities)